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ARCHERY Street Sign bow arrow target hunting bowhunting

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This sign is 4"x18" and made with an exterior grade PVC plastic and printed with the best inks in the industry. Perfect for outdoor use for over 5 years or will look great inside. No rusting or fading indoors or out. The sign come with round corners and 2 holes for easy mounting. We carry 1000's of different signs to choose from. You can't go wrong with a SignMission Street Sign, the ultimate gift for any occasion!

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Arrow shaft size?

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Okay, so I’m a complete newbie at archery and am buy my first dozen arrows. I’m thinking I’ll go with Carbon tech because my archery place uses them. But when ordering them, there’s a box that allows me to select shaft size. The sizes come in: 300, 400, 525, 650. What do the numbers mean? I have a basic idea, but I was wondering if someone could give me a more detailed answer. And if I’m shooting a compound bow, 24" dl, 20 yards, 35 lb draw weight (But will eventually be worked up to 40-45) what shaft size would be best for my purposes? Thanks for your time! 🙂


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Rage 2 blade broadhead (arrow vs brick)

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Rage 2 blade broadhead (arrow vs brick)

korean bow 45# w/ rage 2 balde broadhead. The arrow head is still good, but the arrow itself needs to be cut. I was trying to prove that the korean bow can d…

Flaming arrows to demonstrate the maximum devastation of razor sharp broad heads penetrating and a jug of gasoline. These spitfire maxx arrow heads are razor…
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Spectre Compact Take-down Survival Bow and Arrow Set Reviews

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Spectre Compact Take-down Survival Bow and Arrow (55# Draw)

  • Compact take down design made in the USA
  • 50/55 lb draw
  • Fiberglass ambidextrous riser and fiberglass limbs
  • arrow rest included
  • Comes with 3 arrows and carrying case
Most regular bows are not compact for survival and are very costly. Trying to make one in the wild takes a great deal of skill and know-how that most don't have. The compact take-down Spectre survival bow and arrow set will be ideal for any survival hunting needs at an affordable price. Its slip in / detachable fiberglass/resin filled limbs and the fiberglass riser with arrow rest break down to fit compactly in its pouch. Assembly requires no tools. The light weight and compact design makes it e

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2115 arrow spine deflection?

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Can someone please tell me what the spine deflection (@28") is on a 2115? Thank you


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Question about arrow weight (target oriented)

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Okay, just a few questions for those that like to shoot a faster, more flat trajectory. I have a ilf setup, Hoyt excel, with tradtech black max limbs(wood/glass) I’m pulling right at about 51 pounds on a set up(with a 28.5 draw), been shooting 500 grain arrows out of it, but wanting to move to something a little faster. The 500grain arrows fly alright, drop quickly and are rather slow, so I’m looking to build a more target oriented arrow for my bow, for those longer shots.

I’m wondering as to what gpi I should aim for on the Tradtech black limbs, I haven’t found anywhere listing the minimum gpi to shoot from it, I’m figuring 7-8 gpi should be safe though right? I’ve been looking at the Gold tip ultralight pros, and the Easton Lightspeeds, the gpi for a 500 spine arrow is 6.5 gpi. My draw length is 28.5 amo, so i’ve been cutting my arrows to 27.5(with unibushing and insert/point length I usually end up around a 28.5-29 inch arrow).
I have some Ultralight pro’s already, 400 spine cut to 28.5 with a 85 grain point I shoot out of a older bow(that’s around 345 gpi), and i’ve run them through it and it seems decent enough. The spine seems a little stiff so I’m not sure I’d be able to shoot anything but feathers with those. Could I think bump it down to the 500 spine carbon(6.5 gpi), cut it to 27.5 and get away with it? If I put a 125 grain point in it I’d be right at a 350 grain arrow(7 gpi), but I’m curious as to whether or not the 125 grain point would weaken my spine to much? I’m wanting to fletch it with plastic vanes, so I need a good flex. Or could I get some more 400 spine, cut them to 27.5, and put 100-125 grain points in them and be alright? With the short arrow cut, I’m worried those may be to stiff, and I don’t really wanna have to resort to a heavy point like I did on another set of my arrows.

Or should I just say screw it, and save up for some ACC arrows that are a little heavier at 500 spine(like 7.8-8.1 gpi I think). I have some ACC arrows already, but I’m not a huge fan of the lack of a insert for the lighter ACCs(besides the half out one, which is terrible I think, they’ve splintered most of my arrows with those in them). I’ve shot alot of arrows, but most of the ones I’ve shot have been in the 10 gpi range, with stiffer spines cut to longer lengths to have room for a broadhead, so target oriented arrows are a little newer to me.

Thanks ahead of time, and any information or experience you can give is appreciated.


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Arrow flight issues

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I bought a new mathews heli m and I am having some really arrow flight issues. I am shoot 65# with a 27" draw length with goldtip 5575 pro hunter arrows. I put on a brand new ripcord rest when I bought the bow last wk. I am gettin no consistency at all and my arrows have alot of fishtailing going on. I have been setting up my own bows for yrs and I am very anul about centershot being right on. I slowly started to move the rest out of center shot and it started to get a little better but not even close to being right. The best arrow flight I got was when it was a mile out of center shot and we all know thats not right. I took the rip cord rest of and put on a G5 expert pro rest and got the same results. Does anyone have any other suggestions or ideas as to what my issue may be? I am at a complete loss for Ideas at this point and to be honest I am starting to get a bit pissed. Any thoughts or ideas will be greatly appreciated.
Thanks
Henry


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it’s the arrow not the indian…..right?

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Draw Weight – #50
Draw Lenght – ~28"
Samick Sage Recurve Bow
So i’ve just gotten started w/ archery. And I hastily purchased some Easton alluminum arrows that were meant for a #30 or something and I’ve started bending them. My target setup is a styrofoam block w/ a backdrop of wood and apparently wood panel>alluminum arrow.

What combinations and where can I find some arrows that won’t break my heart(bank) when they inevitably decide to be free and live in the woods w/ their cousins?

My current arrows are uncut, so there are 3" of arrow beyond my bow hand, will that effect my shooting at this level?

I don’t really have a preference on materials, i’m sure they matter but I don’t know enough to make an educated decision on them.

CL


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